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The tourist hub of Kaikoura is expecting an unemployment rate of at least 25 percent as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A survey by Tourism Industry Aotearoa has found up to half of all tourism… Audio
Another major roading project has been delayed for at least seven months due to the Covid-19 shutdown.
Grieving communities are feeling the strain over having to ensure funerals and tangi are restricted to 10 people only.
There is still no date for the sentencing of the man who pleaded guilty to the 15 March mosque attacks.
Kaikōura District Council should not be even thinking about a rate increase unless it is prepared to cut spending and wages, its works and services chairperson says.
What do you do when all your gigs get cancelled? You make your own.
Lyttelton violinist Fiona Pears and her long time hero Roby Lakatos have made a second recording from twelve thousand miles apart… Video
We speak to CEO Gretchen la Roche about what the orchestra has been up to in lockdown. Audio
Christchurch's economic development agency is looking at cost cutting measures, at the same time as it grapples with planning the city's economic recovery from Covid-19.
Christchurch City Council chief executive Dawn Baxendale says she will take a 10 percent pay cut for the 2020-21 financial year.
Canterbury District Health Board says damp and unchanged personal protective equipment was likely to blame for three of its healthcare workers getting Covid-19.
Canterbury District Health Board says damp, unchanged PPE is likely reason three of its healthcare workers contracted Covid-19.
The staff tested positive for the virus last week, after caring for… Audio
Online donations for Christchurch's Orana Wildlife Park have topped $129,200, as it grapples to afford food, habitat maintenance, heating and vet bills during lockdown.
A Christchurch woman says her brother-in-law is a hero for rushing into a burning house to save her six-year-old autistic nephew today.
We speak to former Speaker David Carter at home on his farm in Banks Peninsula and the Minister for Agriculture Damien O'Connor on his eight hectare lifestyle block in the Tasman district. Audio
Two thirds of the country's Covid-19 deaths come from a Christchurch rest home, and the region's DHB chief has spoken about the care they receive. Video, Audio
Prominent Christchurch businessman Antony Gough believes half the city's hospitality businesses could go bust without further urgent government support.
A class action by Christchurch landowners against Southern Response has been delayed, but a lawyer says the firm faces a hit of hundreds of millions of dollars.
A man has been charged with firearms, drugs and restricted weapons offences after a search of a house in Christchurch yesterday.
The police watchdog says Christchurch police officers used unnecessary force when they hit a man on the head with a gun and let a police dog bite him for almost a minute.
Four staff and 12 residents from Rosewood Rest Home & Hospital in Christchurch have either tested positive for the virus or been identified as probable cases.